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Hurricane defies gravity in Britain

Hurricane defies gravity in Britain

Hurricane Gonzalo in the UK has turned a 24-meter waterfall backwards. The video was made near the Kinder river in the Derbyshire Peak District on October 21. It shows the water stops flowing down and  instead turn upwards and spray in the air. Hurricane Gonzalo hit the coast of Great Britain on 21 October. The wind gusts reached 48 meters per second. The hurricane claimed three lives and disrupted road, railway and air traffic.




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